The luxury brand is known for selling fashion parkas with price tags of $900 on up.
EShopWorld saw 77 percent growth in order volume in April year-over-year, with apparel, footwear and sporting equipment among key categories for growth.
The retailer expects to close about 250 stores in North America this year.
E-commerce experts have returned to their roots selling basics, activewear and even suits to stay-at-home shoppers.
But the sudden surge in e-commerce proves to be expensive.
Brands and retailers can strategically adjust to a new “never normal” on the long road to recovery, according to Accenture.
The real estate investment trust hopes to have all of its properties open by mid-June. Meanwhile, only about 26 percent of tenants paid April rent.